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This is the first episode of the Whose Knowledge? podcast series, where we interview Maame Akua Kyerewaa Marfo, Communications and Fundraising Assistant at the African Women’s Development Fund, about how to decolonize the internet. Read more:  https://podcast.whoseknowledge.org/posts/episode1/ Intro music is Bass Bongo Riddim by InspiredFunk , CC Sampling Plus 1.0 via FreeSound .
Topics: decolonization, internet, women, community knowledge, power, feminist internet, whose knowledge,...
Audio interview in Spanish. English transcript available here: https://podcast.whoseknowledge.org/transcripts/angelacuc/ [ES] En este episodio Angela Cuc, comunicadora Maya Kaqchikel, habla acerca de los desafíos para producir y subir contenidos a internet en su idioma, y nos cuenta cómo la discriminación hacia personas indígenas es instrumental para que los idiomas originarios vayan desaparenciendo en Guatemala. [EN] Angela Cuc, Maya Kaqchikel and Social Communicator, reflects about the...
Topics: Radio, Podcast, Kaqchikel, Community, Guatemala, indigenous languages, internet
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More than 10 years ago, Jake Orlowitz started to volunteer as a Wikipedia editor. Today, he runs The Wikipedia Library , a program that supports Wikipedia editors to expand their access to reliable, high quality sources. In this eye-opener conversation we held with him at Decolonizing the Internet , Jake will share what brought him to Wikipedia, what are the encyclopedia’s biggest challenges and how we can make alliances and work collectively to fix Wikipedia’s biases. Read more about this...
Topics: Wikimedia Commos, Open Knowledge, Inclusion, Harassment, Decolonizing the Internet
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In this podcast interview we discussed Amira Dhalla’s views on creating safe spaces online, whether the internet should have more governance, and why she believes that understanding what the words ‘colonize’ and ‘decolonize’ mean, is key for facilitating change in people. Read more:  https://podcast.whoseknowledge.org/posts/episode5/ Intro music is Bass Bongo Riddim by InspiredFunk , CC Sampling Plus 1.0 via FreeSound .
Topics: internet governance, decolonize, knowledge, women, safe spaces, community
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What story of the world do you choose to tell? Do you choose the story of the world as it is? Or do you prefer the story that you are most comfortable with? Sydette Harry, editor of web properties at Mozilla and editor-at-large of Coral Project, beautifully reminds us that decolonizing ourselves and the internet requires a fundamental change in our relationships. It requires creating a vision, a big dream that we have never dreamed before. At the beginning of this change, there is a process of...
Topics: Decolonization, decolonizing internet, storytelling, movement building, de-centering whiteness